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Magic in Elden Ring has become extremely popular thanks to the game’s overpowered staffs and spells, like Rock Sling. While magic characters can’t deal as much close-range damage as melee builds, they can rain down spells from afar and deal quite a bit of damage. This is why spells like Meteorite have become so sought-after in Elden Ring. However, like most items in the Lands Between, the Meteorite spell doesn’t come to players easily.
In order to acquire the spell, players will need to make it fairly far in the game and battle a tricky boss. The end result is worth it, though, as magic characters who make use of the Intelligence Attribute will have themselves a new, powerful spell. For more details on how to acquire Meteorite, keep reading below.
The Meteorite spell’s location in Elden Ring
Meteorite is only unlockable after you’ve made it to Liurnia of the Lakes. You will find it at the Royal Grave Evergaol, which is located near the top of the region. It’s due east of Caria Manor and southwest of the Grand Lift of Dectus. You can get there from Caria Manor after defeating the Royal Knight Loretta boss inside of the manor.
At the Royal Grave Evergaol, you will need to battle a boss named Alabaster Lord. This boss will use the Meteorite spell against you, so it’s wise to start hitting him when he begins to cast that spell. The animation for casting it takes a few seconds, allowing you some prime damage opportunities.
Other than that, we recommend magic users simply stand as far as back possible and cast spells repeatedly. Most of the boss’ attacks won’t be able to hit you. For melee users, try to get as close to the boss as possible, as his attacks also don’t do well when you’re a few feet away. Just watch out for his sword’s Slice and Dice attack. If you see it once, it should be easy to dodge in the future.
After the Alabaster Lord is defeated, you’ll loot the Meteorite spell. It requires 30 Intelligence to use and consumes 30 FP in total each time you cast it.
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